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When she’s not locked away writing, she is reading, and/or watching Netflix like the introvert that she is. I did hate that people were trying to force her to change her mind and get an abortion, because it is her decision, and if she wants to keep a baby that could kill her, it’s her decision, as much as everyone doesn’t like her decision. I loved this story, a lot of people were disappointed in where Grant’s first book went, but I felt like this book completely redeemed him.

And when Grant finds out, he knows that this time he’s not only fighting for her… but for their entire future together. And admittedly, I can’t honestly say I loved Grant unconditinoally in book 1 (he made many mistakes), but I completely fell in love with him in this book.

Character Development: Harlow was sweet as ever, but this one truly allowed us to see how strong she really was.

Harlow heart condition is a scary thing which I have lived through as well so this story touched me so deeply. Harlow wants him too, but she is scared and she will not go to him until she’s sure they can work out. Going into this book two I was excited to see how this playboy/Nan’s bitch planned on redeeming himself. I loved all the support by all the minor characters such as country boy Mase and his newly introduced hottie cousin Major. I know it’s Grant’s baby, and she wants the baby, and he made her want things she could never have, but I felt like she cared more about the baby and sacrificing herself for the baby than living.

I felt like she was either too stupid to realize SHE was more important to people than her baby, or she realized it but didn’t care that SHE was important to people and that they didn’t want to lose her. An overheard conversation about the past of Nan and Grant revealed something that was never explained and I want to know! Really shows how much he has grown up, let's face it he didn't really take much responsibility before Harlow came into his life. I also loved how it still had that addictive, irresistible sexiness we’ve come to expect from an Abbi Glines book, but this time, it was their love story that really shined through.

I am confused about what religion has to do with it, because someone not wanting an abortion doesn’t necessarily have to be because of religious beliefs. have my feeling changed towards her NO not really BUT maybe she needs to feel the love of a great person, and that she gets her own HEA. Even if it means his time with her could be limited, he’d take a second of a life with her over nothing. But book after book, Ms Glines keeps delivering such distinctive love stories, her trademark style recognisable from a mile, but each time injecting something new, something unexpected, something utterly addictive into these stories to keep us glued to our chairs and totally oblivious to the world around us. We see so much character growth and it was the raw emotion from our protagonists that held the story together beautifully.

As with the other Rosemary Beach books, the whole gang makes an appearance, and as a huge fan of the series, that only enhanced my experience of reading it. Because we all know that it's different, so, so different when it's that someone who's holding your hand.

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